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Photograph: Conference at a school for girls founded by Dowlatabadi in 1935. On the rear of Zaban-e Zanan magazine, issue no. 4, 1944. Collection International Institute of Social History.

1 Mar 2016 – 16:00

Framer Framed and Prince Claus Fund present two tours

In the context of the exhibition Iran’s Women’s Movement: On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi (2016) Framer Framed collaborates with the Prince Claus Fund to invite you to join two tours, at the International Institute of Social History and the Prince Claus Fund Gallery in Amsterdam.

16:00 – Tour IISH
Framer Framed organises a tour through the archive of the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, in conjunction with our current exhibition Iran’s Women’s Movement: On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi. In the exhibition, curator and artist Azadeh Fatehrad reflects on the personal archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi (1882-1961), one of the pioneers of the women’s movement in Iran. IISH houses Dowlatabadi’s and was acquired by professor Touraj Atabaki. In the guided tour professor Atabaki himself will discuss the specific archive and the IISH.

Address
IISH
Cruquiusweg 31
1019 AT Amsterdam

18.00 – Tour at Prince Claus Fund Gallery
Azadeh Fatehrad will offer her personal reading of photographer and 2015 Principal Prince Claus Laureate Newsha Tavakolian’s solo exhibition I know why the rebel sings , at the Prince Claus Fund Gallery. The exhibition brings together the breadth of Tavakolian’s practice, from photo journalism in war zones to intimate portraits of her peers. Fatehrad’s tour will focus predominantly on Tavakolian’s work from a feminist perspective within the context of contemporary Iran.

Address
Prince Claus Fund Gallery
Herengracht 603
1017 CE Amsterdam

Visitors can view Iran’s Women’s Movement: On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi at Framer Framed until 8th March 2016.
The exhibition I know why the rebel sings is on view at the Prince Claus Fund Gallery through Friday 1st April 2016.



Feminism / Iran /

Exhibitions


Exhibition: Iran’s Women’s Movement – On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi

An exhibition on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, at the beginning of the 20th century. Curated by Azadeh Fatehrad